ētibār
Trust
00 :18
ētibār bhī ā  jāēgā
milō  sahī!
rāstā kōī mil  jāēgā
calō  sahī, calō  sahī,
ētibār bhī ā  jāēgā,
ā  jāēgā
Trust too will surely come
pray, meet (me)!
Some way will surely be found.
Please come on, please come on:
Trust too will surely come,
will surely come
01 :16
dhūp mēṁ khaṛā
jal rahā hūm̐ maiṁ
sāyā  mujhē
yah mērā junūn
yah  mērī jalan
hai mērī sazā
mērī yah thakan
kah rahī hai kyā
sunō  sahī, sunō  sahī:
ētibār bhī ā  jāēgā,
ā  jāēgā
Standing in the heat of the sun,
I am burning,
give me shade.
This insanity of mine
This burning passion of mine
is my punishment
What this weariness of mine
is saying,
pray, listen, pray, listen:
Trust will surely come,
will surely come
02 :53
kyā huā ziṁdgī zarā
bhūl  gaī
sōcō  zarā
jaṁglōṁ mēṁ bhī  rāstē  haiṁ
hamēṁ bhī kōī mil  jāēgā
calō  sahī, calō  sahī
pyār vyār bhī   jāēgā
milō  sahī rāstā kōī
mil  jāēgā
calō  sahī, calō  sahī
ētibār bhī ā  jāēgā,
ā  jāēgā
Please, what is the matter, if life
seemingly has forgotten (us)?
So, please think:
Even in jungles there are paths,
some will also be surely found for us।
Please come on, please come on:
Love and such, too, will surely come to be
Pray, meet (me), (and) some path
will also be found.
Please let's go, please let's go:
Trust too will surely come,
will surely come
Aitebar (Urdu: اِعتبار, Hindi: एतिबार) "Trust" is a pop ballad by Vital Signs, a Pakistani band from the 1980's and 1990's.

Vital Signs (a.k.a. "The Signs") was hugely famous, at the level of any other international band of the period, and it had a momentous influence in Pakistani cultural life.

"Aitebar" belongs to the third album of this band, released in 1993 and also called "Aitebar". The singer is Junaid Jamshed, lead vocalist of the band at the time.
The lyrics for this and all the songs of the album belong to Shoaib Mansoor, a Pakistani T.V. director and writer.